Hyperopia

Not being able to see is one of the most frustrating things a person can deal with. It can completely distort how they see the world and affect their ability to work, study, read, and even enjoy their favorite shows. One of the many vision issues people face is hyperopia or farsightedness. To learn more about this condition and what to do if you have it, take a look at the quick guide provided by Bespoke Eye Care.

What Is Hyperopia?

If you have trouble seeing things up close, you might have a vision condition called hyperopia, also known as farsightedness. This is when you can see objects in the distance pretty well but objects closer to your face are blurry or distorted. Hyperopia is a refractive area due to the shape of the eye. In short, the light that enters your eye does not bend properly, which affects how you see items up close. Genetics are usually the biggest factor when it comes to hyperopia. Many people are so accustomed to seeing this way that they might not know there is an issue at all. In many cases, it’s teachers at school or pediatricians who first notice there might be a problem.  

How Is It Diagnosed?

If you notice any issues with your vision or your child’s teacher has pointed out an issue, it’s time to visit your optometrist for an eye exam. Farsightedness can be properly diagnosed through a comprehensive eye exam, as these are designed to assess both your near and your distance vision, among other things.  

Can It Be Treated?

Yes, there are treatment options for farsightedness. The most common are prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses. When your condition is diagnosed and addressed early enough, these corrective lenses can help you see clearly and provide lasting results. If you don’t address it until later in life, you’ll likely need to wear prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses for the rest of your life. If that doesn’t sound appealing to you, there’s another solution: LASIK surgery. LASIK is a procedure through which the cornea is reshaped. When this happens, the light entering your eye can bend as it needs to, allowing you to see clearly without prescription lenses.  

Treat Hyperopia With the Help of Your Dallas Optometrist

Call Bespoke Eye Care today at (972) 703-9070 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our eye doctor. 

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